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Assembly Hall Construction and Management Records include correspondence, reports, memorandum, blueprints, photographs, newspaper clippings, architect's field notes, progress reports, meeting summaries, punch lists, inspection and test reports, cost estimates and summaries, and contracts concerning the construction and daily operations of the facility, event scheduling, budgeting, litigation, policy development, and controversies in the late 1960s - early 1970s concerning alleged misuse of student fees and underrepresentation of students in decision making and events planning concerning the construction and management of the Assembly Hall.
Major correspondents relating to the construction of the building include William S. Posten, Owen L. Delevante, R.H. Foley, R.M. Buchanan, Joseph Zunser, and Ernest L. Stouffer. Signficant correspondents relating to the subseqent mangement of the building include James J. Harms; Edward Pinto; the members of student organizations such as PRAXIS, Star Course, and Graduate Student Association; Assembly Hall Director Thomas P. Parkinson; William A. Ferguson; Mark Sprague; Paul Egbert; Karl E. Gardner; J. W. Briscoe; Vice Chancellor Hugh Satterlee; and Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Affairs Paul Dobel.